If you are an Acer fan and is hoping to get a cheap smartphone from this Taiwanese manufacturer, here is a piece of good news for you! Just recently, the company has unveiled a few series of Windows smartphone targeted for consumers that are tight on budget. These few models, named as C1, L1 and F1 will be available to consumer market by this autumn at a minimum price of $50.
Obviously, Acer is trying its way entering smart phone market by offering an aggressive pricing strategy. Besides functioning as a normal 2,8-inch touchscreen smart phone devices running on Wndows Mobile OS, these devices are also enhanced with GPS functionality utilizing Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset clocking at different core speed. In terms of product features, both C1 and L1 are similar, with 528MHz processor, 2 Megapixels camera except the latter model will be designed with additional slide-out numeric hard keypad that makes it a bit more expensive than C1 series. On top of these, a F1 model, which is targeted for high end market will be featured with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chipset running at 1GHz as well as supporting HD media playback with impressive 12 megapixels camera module.
No exact hardware details as well as concrete pricing information yet, these Windows based smartphones are expected to be commercialized by this autumn.